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Thread: If you do FMQ, you need to watch this video

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    If you do FMQ, you need to watch this video

    I have not done FMQ yet but I'm wanting to learn so I started watching youtube video's on the subject. I am so amazed at how this guy does it and he makes so much better sense then what I see others doing. I think I will try his way first to see how it goes. SInce I already have problems with bulging disks in my neck, I'm thinking this will be a lot better.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=...ture=endscreen

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    Thanks for the link. I would've thought I'd watched ever FMQ video on YouTube by now, but I'd missed him!.

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    Thanks, for the link.

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    Thanks for the link. I have used a similar method and always thought I was wrong - guess I was worried too much about the quilt police. The gripper looks like a good tool - can't resist a new toy.

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    Thanks - there are so many tutorials there that I MUST look at.

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    Thanks for the link....,

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    Checked out the Martellinotions.com site for the free motion gripper rings. Wow! Pricy. Great idea, but a bit rich for my blood.

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    thanks for the link. I will try anything to stop the tension in my shoulders.

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    I would love to try the rings, but, they are just a little pricey for this gal. Hubby & I will have to put our noggins to work & see what we can come up with. Shouldn't be that hard. Thanks for sharing this.
    Vonda-Texas MiMi of 4 Beautiful Grandbabies

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    I have got to try this as my shoulders usually end up killing me.
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